Mark Gregory spent the last ten years as Ernst & Young's chief economist in the UK. In a career spanning over three decades he has advised governments and businesses in over forty countries on economic policy issues, specialising in the liberalisation, regulation and commercialisation of the communications sector. Prior to joining EY he held international roles at IBM and PwC. He founded and led EY's sports economics practice, which has advised the Premier League, the ECB, the Union Cycliste Internationale and the Rugby World Cup on the economic issues affecting their sports. He was recently called as an expert to give evidence on economics and regulation to the Fan-led Review of Football Governance. He is a Director of the Centre for Towns and a member of the UK Government's Trade Advisory Group on investment. He is a lifelong Stoke City supporter.
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A top-to-bottom look at England's national game, from one of the UK's leading business economists.
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